Scouts Dish on NFL’s Worst Teams and How to Fix Them

December 21, 2016   ·     ·   Jump to comments

NFL owners are doing the same things over and over again and expecting different results. Recycled coaches and general managers. Making the same mistakes in free agency and the draft.
The Cleveland Browns have not had a winning season since 2007—and before that, it was 2002, with 1994 the last double-digit-win campaign (thanks, Bill Belichick). Are they cursed? How can a team go 23 years with just three winning seasons?
The Browns are not cursed; they're just bad. And as life goes in the NFL, bad teams generally stay bad.
For all the talk of parity, a look at the bottom of the 2016 NFL standings has plenty of familiar faces. Cleveland, San Francisco, Jacksonville. Bad teams stay bad, but why?
I polled NFL scouts, coaches and general managers to get to the bottom of this question: "Why can’t teams like the Browns turn things around as well as Oakland or Houston did?"
What you’ll get in this article are the unfiltered replies from NFL minds, as ...

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